Saturday, September 13, 2014


The question has baffled people since the beginning of time.  Option #1:  Is it a matter of predestination where the future is already set in stone and trying to prevent future events is a matter of futility?  Option #2:  Is the future a blank page that hasn't been written yet.  I hate the idea of predestination.  It's merely an excuse for self destructive people to keep falling apart since their doom is already guaranteed.  My response to that is such an opinion is the talk of cowards.  The future has always a blank page.  Future events can be changed for the better.  Future events can be changed for the worst.  Something as innocent as stepping on an insect or stepping on a flower can change the course of entire nations and entire world events.  Changing one variable opens the door to something entirely different.  And since the future has always been a blank page, it's necessary for the Gentle Reader to work even harder than ever to make the world a better place to live in.  The world doesn't exist for us all to abuse to extinction anytime we want.  We exist for the world to make use of our presence. 
And as I'm lost in thought while it's late at night, here are some photos of Rose McGowan.

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